"And this is precisely the secret held by all those who go by foot: Life is prolonged when you walk. Walking expands time rather than collapses it." -- Erling Kagge. This week we talk about a book that's got Marcus all reflective and philosophical about the everyday activity of walking. Join us as we stroll and meander through all the things that walking opens up for us -- how we experience the world, being present (or not) in calls, emotions, the nature of time, and neuroplasticity.
Yes. In true Steph and Marcus fashion, this conversation went everywhere our little feet could take us. This was a delightfully reflective episode and we'd love if you came and walked with us.
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Check out the Ering Kagge book, 'Walking: One Step at a Time' here: https://www.amazon.com/Walking-One-Step-At-Time-ebook/dp/B07FZPSBQX
July is Steph's birthday month, so OF COURSE we had to talk about age, getting older, and being in our 30s. In this episode, we chat about the things we've learned since hitting the big 3-0. What new realizations have we had? What hasn't changed at all? Join us as we wax lyrical about getting older, reflects on the influence that our parents' stories have on us, and chat about '4AM friends'. Do you have any thoughts about getting older? What's clearer for you with each passing year? Let us know over at Instagram (https://instagram.com/entrenous.podcast) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/EntreNousPod). We're so excited for our upcoming episodes, too, so please rate and subscribe where you can to get the word out :)
We are huge productivity nerds. Period. But what does using time wisely look like to us? Is it just doing more? Join us in this episode as we reflect more deeply on productivity and what it means to us. We chat about productivity, play, and procrastination (we love alliteration!). Also: binge watching 5 seasons of Queer Eye and the illusion of work-life balance... oh, and tattoos. Somehow tattoos snuck in there. 🤷🏻♀️
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Hello! We're Steph and Marcus and welcome to our brand new podcast! Woot woot!
In our very first episode, we explore what being an adult means. More specifically, we nerd out on Robert Kegan’s Theory of Human Development. Join us as we chat about how we move from a socialized view of the Self to more creative and transformational approaches to life.
The Medium article we referenced is available here: https://medium.com/@NataliMorad/how-to-be-an-adult-kegans-theory-of-adult-development-d63f4311b553
We'd love to hear what adulting means to you! Meet us over in Instagram (@entrenous.podcast) and Twitter (@EntreNousPod). Go on! We don't mind if you slide into our DMs :D